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Jeanie Elliott Partner

Jeanie has been a construction law specialist since 1992 with substantial experience at the front end and in dispute resolution, and is qualified in New Zealand, England and South Australia.

Tom Grace Partner

Tom is an engineer who set up and successfully ran a construction company for 20 years before becoming a lawyer. Tom is known for his practical insights, his legal acumen and his capabilities as advocate and negotiator. He handles a broad range of commercial disputes with a focus on disputes in the construction, engineering and railway industries.

Tracey Visintin Partner

Tracey has successfully acted for a wide variety of clients and prides herself on both understanding her clients’ needs and working collaboratively with those clients to achieve positive outcomes.

Jordan Schutz Senior Associate

Jordan is a dedicated and tireless advocate for his clients with a sharp intellect, complemented by commerciality grounded in common sense. Since joining Fenwick Elliott Grace in 2017, Jordan has undertaken a pivotal and central role for many clients in medium and large scale litigation disputes and in construction advice and contract.

Dion Heyer Senior Associate

Dion has over 15 years of experience assisting individuals, companies and government in both transactional and dispute related matters across a broad range of industries, clients and areas of law.

Tiffany Irving Associate

Tiffany has been in the legal industry since she started as a barrister’s clerk in 2012 and was admitted as a legal practitioner in Victoria and South Australia in 2016. She has experience in commercial litigation, dispute resolution, and family law.

Katherine Young Associate

Katherine was admitted in South Australia in 2017 and in Queensland in 2016 where she worked in construction and commercial law firms in Brisbane. In addition to private practice, Katherine worked for the Brisbane City Council as an Executive Officer. Since relocating to South Australia, Katherine has been admitted in South Australia.